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I have them in 2 other guitars myself. They're Personal favorites of mine.
This was a late father's day gift, once I decided what I wanted to use my gift card for.
My Les Paul is going to get wired up old...
When persons ordering food have to ask 50 questions about the menu items and discuss how they may customize their order.
Dont they realize that...
Lettuce contemplate the cheeseburger
Man I tried. She hated my blues and jazz stuff. Said it was boring.
I think she did like the original Hank Williams stuff. I don't think I've...
Every time we get in the car my daughter asks:
A-Da can we please put on Led Zeppelin, please?
I say bring the pain.
I think I've done permanent damage to my tongue.
The Thai place up the road can accommodate.
The Vietnamese place too....
I think so
But you got to have delay... You just got to.. :lol:
My 65 reissue is a special edition with a 12" Jensen AlNiCo. It doesn't really break up with my Tele. But it will definitely break up with my...
I call my Tele Alice. That's the Cheshire Cat.:twisted:
That reminds me of the'84 Olympics
I love mine. I have a first generation model. It's a very mid pushed type pedal.
I have a TS808 that's mid pushed in the same way.
Didn't swap the string.
Just added the pony tail rubber band. Problem solved. Really. Harmonic is gone.
Well of course.
I have a sacrificial set I broke into once because I snapped a high e string while pre-stretching during a string change.
I will snag the G...
My strings of choice
Crazy! Was that ever actually done by Fender? Or, is that just a neat little StewMac only doohickey?
Here she is.
It's an American Special. Only modifications are compensated barrel saddles.
Tuning and intonation is dead on.
Could be the nut. I have had...
This is an interesting annoyance I have had with this Tele.
I just now, this morning, figured out what it is.
It's not terrible, just really...
So then, are Strat and Tele neck pickups similar?
YES. This is close to what I'm after.
I have a pine body that style. I'm collecting parts over time.
I like the Seymour Duncan antiquity II...